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this mean romney is the one? chris: remember what reagan said about not speaking ill, if taking the white house is within reach has the 11th commandment come back to rule. romney and huntsman are members of the church of latter day saints. will it be something that an american dares to raise. with us today, politico's john harris, msnbc's o'donnell and michelle cottle and major garrett. presidential race seems to be taking shape and president obama's vulnerability became clear with the disastrous employment numbers. and with this performance, mitt romney stepped out in front of the rest of the pack and the republicans believe now in his chances. in a new cnn poll, 2/3 of republican voters say romney could beat barack obama. here are his pluses. the economic bad times fit in his business career. he seems like the guy who is presidential. the tea party may want to beat obama enough to compromise toward him. and history tells us that republicans nearly always nominate the early front runner from nixon to reagan to both bushes, dolan mccain. nora, that's a strong pattern, but this week it see
for staying with us for the next hour. this right here, this was mitt romney's house in massachusetts. nice, right? a $3 million estate and a really nice lovely town outside of boston called belmont, massachusetts. in april of 2009, mitt romney sold this estate in belmont with the pool. you can see it there and the tennis court. this, i think, is one of mitt romney's son's houses. this is just around the corner from the old mitt romney estate in the same town in belmont after selling his $3 million home in belmont, massachusetts, mitt romney and his wife, who are millionaires. they say they moved into a basement apartment in this house, in their son's house. this house just around the corner the old house they sold. the basement of the son's house was mitt romney's official residence in massachusetts. the rules of massachusetts residency when it comes to voting is clear. your place of residency for voting must be where you dwell, must be where you live, and it must also be the center of your domestic, social and civil life. nice. was mitt romney's son's basement where he dwells? was it the
, the sharpest minds, best sources, hardest talk. >>> issue one, the latter-day saints. ♪ ♪ >> i'm mitt romney. i believe in america, and i'm running for president of the united states. barack obama has failed america. >> mitt romney as expected officially announced his candidacy this week for the 2012 republican presidential nomination. this is the second presidential run for the millionaire business executive and former massachusetts governor, mitt romney. okay, now jon huntsman. he is also expected to shortly do the same. like romney, he's a former governor, namely utah, and also a republican. for the past two years, huntsman has been the u.s. ambassador to china, appointed by president obama. huntsman, by the way, speaks fluent mandarin. huntsman and romney both want to be president, and both are mormons. mention of the jesus christ church of latter-day saints. it is frequently speculated that mormonism might prevent inherent from becoming president of the united states. the mormon religion was founded 184 years ago, in 1827, in the state of new york. currently, there are 13 million mormons w
. oh, that can go. so i have yet to address the big election news. last week mitt romney went to new hampshire and declared his intentions. >> i'm mitt romney, i believe in america. and i am running for president of the united states. (cheers and applause) >> stephen: mitt romney may not be my favorite candidate but i can say this, he's also not my second or third favorite candidate. (laughter) >> stephen: he's hovering about five or six depending on whether ted nugent jumps in. ♪ . >> stephen: he is the only candidate whose health plan covers cat scratch fever. the problem is as a mormon, romney's not allowed to have alcohol, caffeine or charisma. (laughter) romney couldn't even keep the attention of the cameraman. there's mitt making his announcement that he's running-- and we've lost the cameraman. okay, i know it's-- white and it's large. he wants the other white thing. pan down, there we go, oh, we've lost him again. come on, he's going to be president, pan down there you go, there it is. okay. now zoom in, zoom in on mitt and we've lost him again. okay, come on, come on, focu
. >> i'm running for president of the united states. >> mitt romney makes it official. >> here we go again. >> investment banker, job killer, former liberal governor mitt romney tells us he is running for president again. this time as a real american. >> doug and stella, thank you so much for opening your farm. >> he is more comfortable speaking like a guy who can talk about the economy, speaking like a businessman. four years ago, he didn't speak like a businessman. >> that was then, this is now. >> president obama's european answers are not the solution to america's challenges. >> very subtle statement of distinction there. this whole thing about we love america, well, who doesn't. >> i see a lot of friends here. >> really diverse crowd, wasn't it? lily white crowd. >> romney wants republicans to forgive him for his liberal record. >> clearly, he is placing a larger bet on the economy. >> romney still has a problem with social conservatives. and it's not because he is a mormon. it's because of quote, unquote, romney care. >> republicans aren't ready to throw him and the plan under
indications that another of top tier candidates mitt romney could be missing out on iowa. he is not participating in the iowa straw poll, which is sort of a dry run before you get to the iowa caucuses in january. mr. romney and just about every other candidate have treated that straw poll as almost a nominating process in itself. does skipping that straw poll mean that mitt romney will not compete in iowa really at all? we don't yet know. officially, he will be competing in iowa. we'll see whether it does or not. but jon huntsman saying he's not going to compete in iowa. mitt romney signaling he's not taking iowa as seriously as he once did. that doesn't mean, however, that all of the candidates who are seen as credible contenders, as top tier contenders, as mainstream enough to really make a go of it nationally. it doesn't mean that all of those guys are skipping iowa because there is one other candidate seen as being in that company, and tim pawlenty really is campaigning in iowa. he is campaigning in iowa and trying really hard to win there. all we can say then is the two
tomorrow night. >>> maybe the biggest story from last night was not romney's cool or pawlenty's retreat, but emergence of a star. she of course was created here. she came out of poised, informed and serious. could she be the candidate that sarah palin was supposed to be? >>> also president obama's trip to puerto rico today may have less to do with san juan than with must-win states like florida or north carolina. the puerto rican population is booming in those areas, and the latino vote could be more important than this year's election for the president than last time. you don't often hear about the big congressional win, or even about job creation. why? they can't keep having to talk about anthony weiner. that's why. why the democrats need weiner to wander. let me finish tonight with the eastern and western conferences of the republican party, otherwise known as the when is and abolitionists or the shirts and the skins. >>> we start with the gop debate last night, eugene robinson, howard fineman, and both are msnbc analysts. first of all, the big take, guys. headline, what was it? last
him, agreeing about how much they just disliked him. then, willard mitt romney walked in and overheard them, bringing on a crashing silence. again, this is not this time around. this was last time around. romney was the guy on whom much of the smart beltway money had been betting from the start. but the combination of the vitriol of his attacks and his apparent corelessness explains the antipathy the other candidates had towards him. for this next sentence? did we prepare a visual here? i'm going to need a visual. john mccain routinely called romney a [ bleep ] hole and a bleeping phony. giuliani opined, that guy will say anything. huckabee complained, i don't think romney has a soul. romney's own team's view was more generous, but no less damning. his advisors found mr. romney to be indecisive and incorijible vacillator. the internal debates over his message and slogan went on for months without end or resolution. by the summer, romney was stuck in single digits almost everywhere. that according to "game change" is what happened the last time that mitt romney ran for president as the
for and against mitt romney. and with one controversial former professor back in the news, we look at the trouble with tenure. and other reasons why you won't get the college education you paid for. ♪ ♪ >> paul: welcome to the "the journal editorial report." i'm paul gigot. more bad news for the fragile economic recovery this week. as the unemployment rate rose to 9.1%. employers hired only 54,000 new workers in may. the fewest in eight months. home prices also fell for the eighth straight month. to levels last seen in 2002. and retail sales slowed in may. as consumers struggling with higher gas and food prices spent less on discretionary items like clothing and home goods. joining the panel, "wall street journal" assistant editorial page editor james freeman. washington columnist kim strassel. senior economics writer steve moore. so steve, how do you read these numbers this week? which were uniformly bad. are we heading into maybe a double dip? >> first of all, you look at the employment numbers and we need to create three times as many jobs just to keep the unemployment rate where it is. th
. mitt romney looks very presidential, does he not? michele bachmann now running for president looked very happy about it. tim pawlenty would not challenge governor romney on romney care. that teed off the moderator, john king. >> if it was owe bomb any care on "fox news sunday." why is not -- >> he is the one that said it's a blueprint and he merged the program. using the term obamneycare was a reflection of the it president's comments that he designed owe bomb that -- obama care on the massachusetts program. >> bill: mitt romney is the heavy favorite to win the nomination. in order to beat romney who has enormous lead in new hampshire the first primary state, vuld to shake them up. show you are smarter than he is that didn't happen last night. even newt gingrich who is usually feisty looked like he just got out of the hammock. perhaps his recent greek cruise has not yet worn off. one more observation it looked like many of the participants last night want to be romney's running mate. certainly michele bachmann would like that. he needs a conservative on the ticket he also needs hisp
are listed on the wall of president obama's own new campaign headquarters. mitt romney, no surprise, jon huntsman and tim pawlenty. it you're sitting in the obama camp today what did you see last night in that debate that made you smile? and what did you see that scared you? one thought. time to low are that picture of pawlenty who whiffed at last night's debate. the view from camp obama, top story tonight. maybe the biggest story from last night was not romney's cool or pawlenty's retreat, the emergence of a star. michele bachmann, created here. came off as poised and informed and serious. could she be the candidate that sarah palin was supposed to be? also, president obama's trip to puerto rico today may have less to do with san juan, than with must-win states like florida or north carolina. the puerto rican population is booming in those areas and the latino vote to be wore important for the president this time than last election. you don't hear much about, oh, the republican plan to kill medicare or their big congressional win in western new york a while back or even job creation. wh
technology, we think it can. weyerhaeuser, growing ideas. >> i'm mitt romney, i believe in america, and i'm running for president. [applause] >> this week on "inside washington," mitt romney makes it official, but look who is pushing him off the tv screen. >> if he personally would be offended. -- offended by be stepping foot in a state he is in, i would not do it. >> if we try to demagogue each other's attempt to do that, we are not applying the kind of political leadership we need. >> nato extends the mission in the department and members of congress are getting edgy -- in libya and members of congress are getting edgy. >> members are wary of the amount we are spending and iraq, afghanistan, and in libya. >> have you ever taken a picture olike this of yourself? >> there are photographs. i don't know how things have been manipulated and doctored. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> we just heard mitt romney say he believes in america and he is running for president. as he began his second white house bid on a thursday, romney said when barack obama took o
from now former massachusetts governor mitt romney will announce he's running for president. yesterday democrats launched a preemptive strike on an ad focusing on different positions. >> it's a key issue that faces many, many people across this country there don't have health insurance, we need to find a way to get them insurance so they get better care. >> obama care is bad law constituti constitutionally. it's bad policy. it's bad for american families. >> earlier he offered his candid opinion of how barack obama is doing. take a listen. >> overall give me a grade on his presidency, how he's done. >> well, it's failed. >> an "f." >> absolutely. >> but it's not clear that romney or any other potential gop candidate would get a good grade from voters. a recent "the washington post"/pew poll showed the public is unimpressed with the field as it stands now. in fact, 37% of republican voters have a negative impression of current 2012 #)h(% candidates. and, of course, we're watching what is happening there in new hampshire, very important state for mitt romney as he looks forward to today
and "politico," reporting on the legislative, executive, and political arena. >> i met mitt romney, i believe in america, and i'm running for -- i am met ronnie, i believe in america, and i'm running for president. >> this week on "inside washington," mitt romney makes it official. but who is pushing them off the tv screen? house republicans enter enemy territory for more talks on reducing the national debt. >> if we try to demagogue each other's attempt to do that, we're not having the leadership we need to get the debt under control. >> members of congress are getting edgy. >> members are a bit wary about the amount of money we have spent in iraq, afghanistan, and that we are spending in libya. >> the tweet that launched 1000 kurdish jokes. >> -- crude jokes. >> i can tell you desperate i have photographs, i don't know what things have been many -- i can tell you this -- i have photographs, i don't know what things have been manipulated and doctored. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> eat you heard mitt romney and say he believes in america and is running f
. >>> and ladies and gentlemen, the comic stylings are the inimtable mitt romney. not at all. he's no shekky green. >>> we start with the 2012 republican field, such as it is. chuck todd nbc political director and chief white house correspond, and susan page is washington buyer row cleef for usa today. we have brand-new matchup numbers in our new poll. let's take a look at this. he only leads by six. it was 49-40 in february. president obama leads pawlenty, who seems to be fading 50-37, but it was 50-31 in february. here's the preference among republicans. followed by palin at 14, herman cain, the godfather pizza guy at 12. ron paul at 7, and gingrich, amazingly still at 6. let me go to this whole question here. if you look at these numbers that somebody pointed out, you have 34% of the republican electoral basically saying they're for people who aren't really in the running. perry who is not running for texas, cain not an establishment runner. >> for sure. >> and palin not running at all. >> that's right. >> so, in other words, the preference is for what isn't happening. >> that's right, some cal
and deficit reduction. the former massachusetts governor mitt romney is by far the front-runner here in the first in the nation primary state of new hampshire with being and as such is expect to be a frequent target of his republican rivals as governor romney takes part in his first debate of this cycle. another big question tonight -- can former house speaker news gingrich survive mags resignations of just about his entire national and state level campaign staff. >>> and will the tea party have as much influence in 2012 as it did in 2010, a movement that favorite michelle bachmann of minnesota makes her debut here at st. anselm college. the president knows his economic record will be center stage. the president was out today looking to remind voters the economy was already in a ditch when he took office. >> i wake up every single morning thinking about how can i make sure that anybody who wants a job is able to get a job. and that's what i think about when i go to bed at night. and i am absolutely confident about america's prospects for the 21st century but we do have some challenge
and newt gingrich and the purported front-runner, mitt romney. having mr. romney in this debate is important for a few different reasons. number one, it puts him alongside candidates like rick santorum and michele bachmann, so you can really size up the whole field. these guys are all really running. this is what the debates are going to look like for the next year. holy mackerel, what did we do to deserve this? this is going to be a great year, right? but also, the debate is in new hampshire. mitt romney's presidential ambitions pretty much depend on him cleaning up in new hampshire this year. he's not participating in the iowa straw poll this year, which despite its quaint-sounding name, is actually a huge deal in iowa presidential politics. mr. romney did the last time he ran. he invested a lot in that straw poll. it basically earned him nothing, so this year he is skipping that. he is focusing all of his mitt energy on new hampshire instead. he has spent so much time in new hampshire since the last time he ran, you could be forgiven for thinking that is where he's from. tech
to be in but they would not let him in. in his place is michelle bach man, newt gingrich and mitt romney. having mr. romney in the debate is important for a few reasons. number one with, it puts him along candidates like rick santorum and michele bachmann so you can size up the field. these guys are really ready. this is what the debates will look like this year. what did we do to deserve this? it will be a great year. mitt romney's presidential ambitions pretty much depend on him cleaning up in new hampshire this year. he's not participating in the iowa straw poll, despite its quaint sounds name is a huge deal in iowa presidential politics. mr. romney invested a lot in the straw poll and it earned him nothing last time so he is skipping that and focusing on new hampshire instead. he has spent so much time in new hampshire since he last time he ran you can be forgiven for thinking that's where he is from. technically he is from michigan. that's where he was born. he lived utah in utah. he was the governor of massachusetts but massachusetts he had a vacation home there. in an effort to shed his mass
and i do don't see how he beats mitt romney or michelle bachman in either our or new hampshire. he will flame out very, very early. he will get a huge boost but he is going nowhere. >> eleanor? >> well, there are a lot of up sides to jon huntsman. he is smart, he is good- looking, he is comfortable with himself in a natural campaign in a way that mitt romney isn't. he definitely will cut into the romney vote, which you can call the grown-up vote. and i think he is not contest engine iowa. i think the showdown will be in new hampshire. i think if the party really is looking for someone who is unconventional, he has an ad out that shows himself riding a dirt bike out west, and he -- he's an interesting man. but if you believe that the republican electorate has moved to the hard right, it's really a challenge to see how he can defend working for president obama and defend some of his policy positions. i think he would be a formidable candidate if he can get past the primaries but pat is probably right, >>> what does mitt romney bring to the the american people. >> one, finance experie
that president obama is running neck and neck with romney and all of the other, you know, it goes down in descending order. he beats palin and he beats gingrich by more than he beats romney but is he competitive in every race. i'm telling you i'm not sure. >> republicans have to get their act together. you are right. they have to get their act together and make the case. >> bill: they haven't been able to articulate. congressman ryan articulate guy. >> unfortunately is he not running. >> bill: when is he on the tv they turn the channel they don't want to hear it they don't turn the channel off weiner gate, twitter gate. it's interesting. politico wrote a nice piece today nice in that it is good information that even his new york continents. nadler, all the other house people not sticking up for weiner. >> yeah, well, bill, are you going to be -- when the guillotine is about to fall on someone, you wait. let me put my neck on it first. the idea that anybody is standing up for the congressman after he answered the questions the way he did. you have got to be able to answer a question lik
with mitt romney sne seems to have everything. looks, money, support, everything but true believers. this weekend he was pounded by fellow republicans for not being hawkish enough in afghanistan and not strong enough on abortion. rick perry who seems to be doing his best george bush impersonation dropping his g's. the governor of texas become the anti-romney? why is there a deep need for someone, anyone, to be that? plus, jon stewart versus fox. if chris wallace's interview yesterday with jon stewart was a prize fight, wallace must have been playing rope a dope. we will do go to the video tape and watch stewart. what a fight. >>> also, what is president bm obama's winning play book for 2012? we have one of the top strategists here tonight to tell us what the president needs to do and what he needs to avoid doing to win four more years in the white house. what could bill clinton be doing? as i said last friday, there is a potential challenge for women. big names on the right. sarah palin, michele bachmann, even nicky haley. this might not end well. finally, let me finish with the pro
. not since the election of abram lincoln has a republican caused such a war. everybody attacked mitt romney today, the very day he declared for president. sarah palin went right to new hampshire serving as a human grenade blowing up his announcement by saying romney's health care is a total violation of tea party beliefs. then rudy giuliani also in new hampshire today declared that romney care, and that's the word he used, is just as bad as obama care. then george pe tacky attacked. and big bad unemployment. the one thing the president fears most is not a candidate running against him but a number. the number nine. the unemployment rate. today's "new york times" summed it up best. no american president since franklin roosevelt won a second term in office when the unemployment rate on election day topped 7.2%. the one thing the president has going for him, of course, is his track record of defying expectations. >>> plus, the new york newspapers are going for the kill with congressman anthony weiner. why does he act like he has done nothing wrong in this mess. if someone framed him, with send
right to new hampshire serving us a human grenade blowing up hence announcement by saying romney's healthcare is a total annihilation of tea party beliefs. and romney care, and that's the word used, romney care be is just as bad as obama care. >>> big bad unemployment, the one thing the president fears most is not a candidate running against him but a number, the number 9. the unemployment rate. today's new york times summed it up best. no american president since franklin roosevelt won a second term in office when the unemployment rate on election day topped 7.2%. the one thing the president has for him is his track record of defying expectations. >>> plus, the new york newspapers are going for the kill with congressman anthony weiner. if someone framed him, with sending out a lewd picture of him, why isn't he angry at that person? why isn't he sicking the press on the real culprit? why is he acting like a guest on oprah winfrey instead of saying go get the guy who did this or say, those aren't my pants. also tonight, how hot is it being a republican and running for president? l
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. john king has the night off. it is a huge day on the presidential campaign trail. mitt romney most polls show is the front runner for the republican nomination. officially joined the 2012 race today. at times he sounded a bit like captain america. >> we know we can bring this country back. i'm mitt romney. i believe in america. and i'm running for president. >> romney made his big announcement on a sunny farm but his speech was heavy on the gloom and doom, a long series of attacks on president obama whom romney repeatedly accused of thinking like a european. we're joined now by long time new hampshire conservative activist lafontaine and romney media adviser russ reefer. i'm going to start with you. you are one of his top campaign strategists. i was interested in the tone of his message. let's listen and we can talk about it. >> when barack obama came to office we wished him well and hoped for the best. now in the third year of his four-year term we have more than slogans and promises to judge him by. barack obama has failed america. >> he went on to rip the president's foreign and
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